Yes you are right, wine needs to be installed separate. An example, windows programs want a: C:\ drive One of the things wine does, is making a virtual C:\ drive on Linux, with a windows and a programs folder. So a programs will "think" they are on windows. Wine is not a part of Linux though, its b...
janika wrote:
Sun Nov 10, 2019 2:18 pm
Workaround is
Since you use a Master, all is not guaranteed to be working. 1.2.1 is our official and supported release
MDA Piano had the same issues. Is WINE standalone or is it a "plugin" in LMMS? WINE is a Linux component. It allows windows programs to run in Linux, so WINE is not associated with LMMS. Anyone that want windows apps in Linux, need WINE. In LMMS the only reason is to use Windows-build-VSTs Afaik So...
sebgrae wrote:
Sat Nov 09, 2019 12:40 pm
Yes, thats pretty much how it is.
:| .. oke.. heres a really dumb idea.. Could your lost UI be way out to the right -outside screen..
I seriously doubt it, but try and scroll...
Google: Help me please ... locate my vsts within the LMMS configurations I also put that location of the address of my vsts within the LMMS data (Settings) and upon entering it appears to me that I need to request technical support since it has caused a trouble... please post your: * Name of your O...
Hi there Hi, Welcome to the Forum LivingPharaoh ! Here are all important links: -A few rules and useful forum instructions ]LMMS 1.2.1 on Linux Mint (Ubuntu) 19. Load VST 1.2.1 hangs for a minute or two and nothing happens. How do I go about troubleshoo...
The version of lmms is 1.13 Aaaand theres your problem! 1.1.3 is outdated! upgrade! *If you have made anything ...Back-up your own stuff *Un-install current installation *(re)move the config dot-file *download a fresh new ins...
I have a image to show what I mean This is a problem that I have no Idea how to fix and I can't use my plugin fully because I can't see my full screen of my plugin What happens if you close side-bar? Have you tried moving the window? please post your: * Name of your Oper...
ItsMeDelta wrote:
Thu Nov 07, 2019 11:51 pm
What do you mean by "~10 y", and how will all the instruments be different?
about 10 years.
a new core will change most likely everything. How is not possible to predict.
I have no more on pitchbending atm.
NebulaYT wrote:
Thu Nov 07, 2019 10:13 pm
I suck too much at understanding percussion right now to use them properly
Then this ... _Sequences
should interest you.